What is Lokpal Bill

 

The first Lokpal Bill was passed in the 4th Lok Sabha in 1969 but could not get through in Rajya Sabha, subsequently, Lokpal bills were introduced in 1971, 1977, 1985, 1989, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2005 and in 2008, yet they were never passed. Th Lokpal Bill was visualised as the watchdog institution or ministerial probity. Broadly the provisions of different bills empowered the Lokpal to investigate corruption cases against political persons at the central level.

Main objective of the bill is to provide speedy, cheaper form of justice to people.

In the proposed system Lokpal will have complete powers to dismiss a corrupt official.

Lok Pal will have powers to probe or prosecute any judge, even CJI, without any permission while in present scenario CJI permission is required even to register FIR against any judge.

Also, in the proposed system, politicians will not have any say in selections of chairperson and members of Lokpal.

Loss caused to government will be recovered from accused.

The punishment if found guilty will be 5 years to maximum life term in the proposed system.

Right now the punishment is 6 months to maximum 7 years.

Source : http://www.hindustantimes.com/What-is-Lokpal-Bill/Article1-681462.aspx

 

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One thought on “What is Lokpal Bill

  1. All indian political parites must have agreed on LOK PAL Bill with honestly and must passed this bill lok shabha as well as in rajay shabha. this bill need to prevent corrouption at all level. we must be thankful to ANNA whose give the startup to achive such. we all support you. I request that loss receovery and pusinshment must more athitical and lessonable for other in future.
    Now we change in current system through this bill

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